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Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F

Enjoy your home entertainment experience with this Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition Widescreen LCD TV. Features include touch-key control, HD digital tuner, teletext, sleep timer and 3 HDMI inputs.
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Questions & Answers for Sanyo Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F

Question
Does anyone know how to record to a USB device?
One of the reasons I bought this TV was for its supposed recording to USB function.....but can I find out how to use it? No way. The manual is rubbish (page 29) and does not properly explain the function. The guys at the shop have no clue and no interest in finding out.

Any other buyers having this problem?
asked 4 years, 3 months ago
by
Jimm
on Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F
6 answers
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answer 1
This TV does not permanently "record" programs to a USB drive as such. It only has a "temporary" time-shift function. If you press the time-shift key and then go and have dinner for say 30mins, the TV will start recording to a connected USB flash drive. When you return, you hit the PLAY button to start watching your program again from the time you hit the Time-shift key. Once you hit the STOP button you can no longer watch the program as you have ended the time-shift function. You should use at least a 4GB (Class 6 minimum) USB flash drive. The TV records 15min per 1GB so 1 hour maximum on a 4GB flash drive.
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 2 months ago
by
cassim
 - Randwick
answer 2
The TV wants the USB device to be formatted FAT32. It can only handle up to 8GB of external memory for a maximum of 2 hours recording time and it has to be *fast* to record HD programs. I tried a couple of memory sticks and the TV said neither were fast enough for HD.

This function looks to be pretty limited and a bit of gimmick anyway. I'd recommend getting a dedicated Personal Video Recorder which is far more flexible. Then you can use the USB port for playing back movies, photos and audio and the drive doesn't have to be FAT32 formatted.
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 4 months ago
by
BobTech
 - Sydney
answer 3
When I tried this tv I found it only timeshifts. Will not record for later viewing despite the manual suggesting it does. I think it needs to be actvated in the menu somewhere. Sorry all I can offer.
 
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answered 4 years, 1 month ago
by
duggo
 - Sydney
answer 4
Ok I was confused by this at first.. yes you can record to a usb device....BUT...its a time shift recording ..not a PVR . Go to page 29 of the manual.. and do the part to and including check file system.. It will tell you then depending on the USB device whether it can time shift in SD or HD .. If you try to time shift later on on a HD channel and the USB Key is small eg 4Gb the Time Shift button won't work - tune to a SD channel and it will and you will get a pop up wiht controls etc.

With a time shift recorder it just caches the digital signal to the USB device for the capacity of the drive. eg with my 4Gb USB key gave me about 2 hours (SD only not HD) - once you set it off it will start caching to the usb drive and I expect, though I haven't tested it yet , when it gets to the 2 hour mark it will keep going but will only have cached the last 2 hours. While it is doing this I can fast forward/rewind/play in that moving two hour window. I use the word cache rather than record as the data stored is not saved when the USB key is removed.

So it's not a PVR - you can't save a program and watch it later. its more meant for those times you had to got out for an hour and a program is about to start.. kick off the time shift and when you come back in an hour rewind to where the program started.

Hope that clarifies things :)
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by
fatman
 - Canberra
answer 5
try removing the UBS when you want to save what you have recorded and try plugging it into a computer.
you never know it might just work.........
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answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by
lukie
 - Gold Coast, Australia
answer 6
You can't. Technically it's recording the TS stream to the USB device when you're using time shift, but the data will be erased when you exit.
Age: 19-29
Gender: Male
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by
York
Question
Is the sound quatity ok ?
How many watts are the TV speakers?
asked 3 years, 8 months ago
by
SPEED
on Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F
4 answers
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answer 1
Sound quality is quite acceptable for an LCD TV and better than most but no comparison to my big old Philips CRT TV. Speakers are rated at 2 x 6 watt / 6 ohm and give plenty of volume. I run mine comfortably at 22%. At 50% they are quite loud. You have the options to run through either a stereo system using the stereo RCA output or a home theatre system using the digital output.
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 2 months ago
by
cassim
 - Randwick
answer 2
The speakers aren't big because of the cabinet dimensions and shape, and they fire downwards. For that reason you won't get chest-thumping bass out of them. But they sound quite OK in my opinion. Audio output is quoted as 6W x 2.
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 4 months ago
by
BobTech
 - Sydney
answer 3
Sound Quality is Great!
Age: Under 18
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 7 months ago
by
Kieryn
 - Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia
answer 4
The Sanyo LCD32XR10F TV has a maximum audio output of 6W x 2.
Staff Answer
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
by
DMcNamara
Question
Does this TV play back DivX and/or AVI files from a USB device, especially a USB HDD?
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
by
OldSteve
on Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F
3 answers
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answer 1
No
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 2 months ago
by
cassim
 - Randwick
answer 2
I just tried mine with various files on a 320GB WD Elements portable hard drive. It happily played Xvid AVI and MKV files, but not the DIVX file. This isn't to say that it won't play DIVX at all, because someone else here successfully played them.
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 4 months ago
by
BobTech
 - Sydney
answer 3
AVI doesn't work... Only DivX :P
Age: Under 18
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 7 months ago
by
Kieryn
 - Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia
Question
What type of format file can you play with the USB port?
asked 3 years, 8 months ago
by
SPEED
on Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F
3 answers
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answer 1
Music: MP3, WMA, AAC
Video: MPG, MPEG, MP4, TS, TRP. M4v, RM but unfortunately NOT AVI (DivX / Xvid).
Pictures: JPG, BMP, PNG
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 2 months ago
by
cassim
 - Randwick
answer 2
Mine plays Xvid AVI, MKV, MP3, JPG and TXT files and probably others I didn't try. It refused to play the one DIVX file I tried, but others have had success with those as well.
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 4 months ago
by
BobTech
 - Sydney
answer 3
DivX
Age: Under 18
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 7 months ago
by
Kieryn
 - Zeehan, Tasmania, Australia
Question
what warranty is given with this TV ? Can you buy additional warranty ? can you wall mount this TV ? how much do the brackets start from ?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
by
nado
 - newcastle
on Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F
2 answers
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answer 1
12 months warranty. Yes you can buy more warranty. You'd have to ask Dick Smith's about the other questions.
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
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answered 3 years, 4 months ago
by
BobTech
 - Sydney
answer 2
1 year warranty however dse do have extended warranty avaailable

you can wall mount it (get it installed by a professional)

and they cost from $149 (recommended) theres cheaper prices on there for different brackets but I wouldnt get anything cheaper plus they look too flimsy

I recommended these 3 things just to show you an idea
 
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answered 4 years, 2 months ago
by
spbookie
 - perth
Question
What is the refresh rate?
I was wondering what was the refresh rate because I like the ones with 100hz refresh rate.
Age: 50-59
Gender: Male
asked 3 years, 2 months ago
by
Wilbert
 - Perth
on Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F
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How do dicksmith deliver?
Do you have to be home to receive delivery?
Age: 40-49
Gender: Female
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
by
vanessa2
 - Launceston, Tasmania
on Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F
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Are the I/O ports located on the back? My side to side space is limited.
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
by
stewyh
on Sanyo 81cm (32") Full High Definition LCD TV LCD32XR10F
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